OVP Kyte extends mobile production play to BlackBerry

Online video platform Kyte is launching a BlackBerry app that allows users to record, upload and distribute video content from their BlackBerry devices in real time, continuing a trend that has made it easier for media outlets and brands to share near-real-time events with an audience in an easy and cost-effective way.

Kyte's new Mobile Producer for BlackBerry follows on the heels of the OVP's mobile producers for iPhone and Nokia S60.

Kyte says the app allows BlackBerry users to publish content to multiple online and mobile destinations simultaneously, enabling them to engage audiences from wherever they are, including a company website, social network, mobile or connected device.

"Ease of use and flexibility is incredibly important to our customers as they look to quickly and easily produce and distribute compelling video content," said Gannon Hall, CEO, Kyte. "For example, Fox News has been using Kyte Mobile Producer for iPhone to broadcast first-person accounts from events around the world, demonstrating the power and utility of real-time mobile video production for news organizations. Our new Mobile Producer for BlackBerry expands this capability to BlackBerry users, who make up a significant portion of our media and enterprise customers."

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